Local police say Tide, an expensive brand of
laundry detergent, is being sold on the black
market and traded for drugs.
A new survey finds many employees saying they will
look for a new job sometime this year.
Many stores carry deferred-interest credit cards
but customers should carefully read the fine print
or they could be paying big interest rates.
Stuck on what to serve for your Christmas meal?
There\’s no one right answer.
Are you heading to this year\’s Inauguration? There
are new plans in place to help deal with crowds.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier discusses the state of school security both locally and nationally in the wake of the Newtown rampage.
Uber users should look closely at their tabs,
especially during the holiday season.
True Food Kitchen, a restaurant that serves
locally-grown foods and anti-inflammatory dishes
in California and Arizona, is coming to the D.C.
Ever think about re-gifting a present you just
don\’t want? Is it ever OK?
The local housing market is gaining steam but some
new numbers show a more complicated scenario.
Every week, mortgage rates seem to slip lower, but
knowing the right time to take the plunge can be
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot says every
Marylander who is concerned about the economy
\”should get off the Internet as fast as possible\”
and shop at local stores.
As home sales and prices gain strength inside the
Beltway, new data shows the good news is
Searching for an apartment may be more challenging
now than it\’s been for a while. Vacancies are down
and rental rates up. Here are some tips for
Once again, there are fewer foreclosed homes
sold in the region but it\’s not a sign of a
strengthening market in all areas.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.